Your vagina. Isn’t that just peachy?


Fun fact for the day: Just because you’re a couple of smart guys with what you think is a good business plan doesn’t mean you are going to ever get laid again.

Take Austen Heinz and Gilad Gome, the creators of “Sweet Peach,” a probiotic beverage they claim will make your vagina smell like ripe fruit. These two tech geniuses couldn’t understand why they were criticized for suggesting that a woman’s healthy natural smell was some kind of problem. In fact, they claimed that the supplement would help women “better connect with their bodies.”

Well, okay. But if a couple of guys are going to make the observation that women are better off smelling like fruit, may I make the observation that there’s something wrong with a guy who prefers the smell of a wine cooler to the smell of pussy?

But what’s good for the goose is good for the gander, and we’re fine drinking your little supplement and even topping our peach with some whipped cream if that’s what it’s going to take to make you happy. However, we will only consent to that after you develop another supplement that makes your cock taste like chocolate and your semen taste like Nutella. Fair is fair.

It seems that after the news broke on Sweet Peach, Heinz and Gome said it was all just a big misunderstanding, and that they and its actual founder – a woman named Audrey Hutchinson whose vag probably already smells like strawberries – never really meant what they said about your pussy not being fruity enough.

Whatever, guys. But if you actually spent more time between a woman’s legs you’d realize there’s far more to appreciate than you ever imagined. And even without enhancement, it’s just peachy.

Elsa Black is the author of the erotic “Eden” age play novels, “Becoming Lil’ Mandy” and “Training Lil’ Elise.” The third book in these series, “Doctoring Lil’ Daisy,” is set for release in May. She also writes historical erotica for Stormy Night Publications under the name Ava Sinclair. Her first book under that name, “The Marshal’s Little Girl”, was published in March and achieved bestseller status in both Amazon’s Western and Historical Erotica categories. Her second book with Stormy Night is set to be released in May.

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